Land Development Services
Land Development Services subcategories:
- Land Development Application Review/Approval (1/0)
- Land Development Information (1/0)
- Land Development Support Services (1/1)
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Programs that are responsible for establishing an orderly process for evaluating and approving any of a wide range of land development projects, many of which involve modifications in the current or permitted use of property within a jurisdiction. They also provide information and other forms of support for developers who submit applications and may be in various stages of the approval process; establish mechanisms for community input on proposed development; and ensure access to an appeals process for individuals who are dissatisfied with land development decisions. Development proposals are evaluated in accordance with criteria established by the jurisdiction’s zoning ordinance, subdivision regulations and other applicable ordinances as well as the broader policies set forth the community’s general plan (also knows as a comprehensive, master or official plan) and relevant specific/area plans (sometimes called community, neighborhood or secondary plans).
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